Pedestrian, 2 dogs dead after being hit by train in ETX

A pedestrian and two dogs are dead after being hit by a train in Harrison County.

SPD investigating deadly officer-involved shooting

A Shreveport Police officer shot and killed a man after he came toward police and fire officials with a knife.

Feral cats rampant through the Ark-La-Tex

Every week, Robinson's Rescue Low Cost Spay and Neuter alters about 50 feral cats. However, this Wednesday is National Feral Day, so the clinic expects to do more than that this week.

David Raines Community Center reopens

Tuesday morning, the David Raines Community Center in North Shreveport opening with a ribbon cutting ceremony.

NAACP to host upcoming meeting

The local NAACP Chapter is giving residents a chance to voice their concerns about Caddo Schools.

Caddo selects top 3 superintendent finalists

The Caddo School Board voted on the top three finalists to be selected as the next leader of the school system. Theodis Goree,Terrance Brown and Tim Magner were selected as finalists.

Despite GOP disarray, House to vote on shutdown plan

Finally, they will vote.

Caddo Sheriff's Office takes on new look

Caddo Sheriff’s deputies have been wearing the same uniform for more than 30 years, but that’s now changing, said Caddo Sheriff Steve Prator.

Former San Diego mayor pleads guilty to false imprisonment, battery against 3 women

Former San Diego Mayor Bob Filner pleaded guilty Tuesday in a San Diego court to felony false imprisonment and two misdemeanor battery charges against a total of three women.

Faculty differentiate ET from engineering

Individuals who earn bachelor’s degrees in engineering technology in Louisiana are on average among the top three wage earners 18 months after graduation, earning approximately $48,800 annually, according to a report released by the Louis